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Kevin Dwyer
Kevin Dwyer
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 18, 2011
Last Seen
July 2
Member Type
Bridge Pro
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Won -5000 Spingold 2009 - Bronze, silver, and gold medals for USA Junior teams. NAOP flight A, USBF Open Trials, GNT, North American Swiss, IMP pairs.
Regular Bridge Partners
Cookie Potter, Kimberly Whipple, and Stan Tulin
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ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Grossack Brothers Win NAP
Well done guys
In the Well: Dennis Bilde
Congrats on your many accomplishments my friend, especially at such a young age. How have you been able to keep up your workout routine at bridge tournaments?
USA2 Wins Bermuda Bowl
I have so much respect for everyone on this team. Not only are they the absolute top players in this game but they're also incredibly amazing guys. I'm lucky to say they're my friends. Well done guys! You made us all so proud!
District 21 Wins GNT
Congrats to District 21. There is no doubt in my mind that they outplayed our team by a mile. A well deserved win!
Precision - 2 Club response to strong 1 Club opener - not alertable
This is a personal pet peeve of mine. Although you have decided to withhold a lot of the information to protect your opponents identities (I certainly agree that is the right thing to do), it seems like this is clear case in which experienced players were "working the system". I ...
Precision - 2 Club response to strong 1 Club opener - not alertable
"The opponents are working the system. Its distasteful, but for from unexpected. The director is the one who cheated you and his threats of a procedural penalty are unacceptable." I find this statement to be quite disturbing. I don't think most bridge players "work the system" and I certainly ...
Board 8 from the 05/03/2013 Common Game
In a vacuum, you should play the card combination of Kxxxx opposite Jxx by leading small to the King and then small towards the remainder Jx (assuming you lose to the A). Leading up to the King has an advantage because you can tackle this suit for only one loser ...
In the Well: Joel Wooldridge
And you wonder why you can't junior bridge players interested in playing bridge.... hmmm....

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